Travis Boak continues to do the business for Port Adelaide

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Travis Boak is breaking new ground for Port Adelaide once more.

Travis Boak to surpass the 350-game mark for Port Adelaide

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  • Travis Boak will play his 350th game for Port Adelaide this weekend.
  • Midfielder Boak made his Port Adelaide debut back in 2007.
  • Now aged 35, Boak continues to have a big impact for Port Adelaide.
  • Boak will be looking to guide Port Adelaide to their first AFL title since 2004.

Few sports in the world are as unforgiving as Australian rules and consistently putting in performances in the AFL is the ultimate accolade for any Aussie rules footy player.

Travis Boak has been a pillar of consistency for a Port Adelaide side that hasn’t always pulled up too many trees with AFL betting sites  but with 349 appearances to his name, Boak has put his heart and soul into the Port Adelaide cause over the years.

Now on the brink of his 350th appearance for the club, the tributes has been flooding in for Travis Boak.

Brilliant Boak

Having first joined Port Adelaide as a relatively obscure draft pick back in 2006, very few people would have predicted the impact that Boak would have at the Adelaide Oval.

Port Adelaide have battled with inconsistency over the corresponding seasons but that is not an affliction that has affected Boak.

He has averaged over 20 games per season for Port Adelaide since his debut back in 2007 and he has been a player that all AFL punters and betting sites have been able to rely on.

Port Adelaide Saviour

Without hyperbole, Travis Boak has often been described as the player that has saved Port Adelaide and his impact is showing no sign of waning.

Boak is a three-time All-Australian, who has also been selected to play for Victoria in the State of Origin too and his loyalty to Port Adelaide has been unwavering.

Now aged 35, his impact on games is showing no sign of slowing and he will be desperate to help Port Adelaide kick on in the future.

Ending the trophy drought

Following an excellent campaign in 2023, Travis Boak and Port Adelaide are now seen as a team that could go all the way in the 2024 AFL with many betting apps

There are plenty of big sides in the mix once again in 2024 but Travis Boak will be doing all he can to propel Port Adelaide to success this season and very few people would bet against him doing just that.